To the editor and Auburn voters:
Several weeks ago, a concerned citizen sent me a financial summary of Indiana’s not-for-profit hospitals. He asked that I look into the issue of excessive profits by these systems.
Serious dialogue is taking place at the state and federal level regarding reducing costs and improving outcomes in our health care system.
The federal government’s decision in July to end a 16-year moratorium on executing federal inmates is regrettable, unnecessary and morally unjustified.
Presidential proclamations, along with decrees by state governors, have served to establish Sept. 20 as a national day of recognition for thousands of American service personnel who remain missing in action.
To everyone who contributed to a new Indiana Historic Marker outside the childhood home of Will Cuppy in Auburn. Cuppy gained fame as a nationally known author, satirist and literary critic in the first half of the 20th century.
Ray Scott of Kendallville writes, "Many high fives to the Community Learning Center staff and area contractors for the progress being made to clean up and re-purpose the old Diamond Street Kendallville School/East Noble Middle School property for future use as a local/area learning facility.…
Coming up on Sat., Oct. 12, Parkview Behavioral Health and several regional partners will be hosting 11 suicide prevention training sessions in counties across northeastern Indiana and at Parkview Physicians Group in Bryan, Ohio.